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1
What’s New in Python 3.8 (python.org)
833 points by supakeen 32 days ago | 316 comments
2
Making the Tokio scheduler 10x faster (tokio.rs)
813 points by steveklabnik 32 days ago | 148 comments
3
“My Google account got suspended because of NewPipe” (github.com)
801 points by nuxdie 32 days ago | 522 comments
4
Apple of 2019 is the Linux of 2000 (blogspot.com)
792 points by khc 32 days ago | 689 comments
5
Apple: We're not handing over Safari URLs to Tencent, just IP addresses (theregister.co.uk)
601 points by notlukesky 32 days ago | 201 comments
6
Superior IQs associated with mental and physical disorders, research suggests (scientificamerican.com)
494 points by tablet 32 days ago | 476 comments
7
YouTube is taking down educational hacking videos (reddit.com)
465 points by rahuldottech 32 days ago | 173 comments
8
Goodbye with Love (reddit.com)
375 points by thekevan 32 days ago | 29 comments
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Uber lays off around 350 more across Eats, self-driving and other departments (techcrunch.com)
368 points by coloneltcb 32 days ago | 281 comments
10
I stopped setting a financial goal for my SaaS (inkdrop.info)
333 points by craftzdog 32 days ago | 116 comments
11
Reversing Safeway's private APIs to automate coupon collection (jonlu.ca)
308 points by jonluca 32 days ago | 145 comments
12
AWS' Sponsorship of the Rust Project (amazon.com)
304 points by GolDDranks 32 days ago | 58 comments
13
The Open Book Project (github.com)
297 points by Tomte 32 days ago | 31 comments
14
Pharma companies continue to raise drug prices at rates well above inflation (arstechnica.com)
282 points by pera 32 days ago | 273 comments
15
NASA engineer's 'helical engine' may violate the laws of physics (newscientist.com)
271 points by elorant 32 days ago | 116 comments
16
The Unix Game (unixgame.io)
267 points by MilnerRoute 32 days ago | 65 comments
17
Building China's Comac C919 airplane involved a lot of hacking, report says (zdnet.com)
265 points by jweir 32 days ago | 176 comments
18
Hong Kong protests: President Xi warns of 'bodies smashed' (bbc.com)
247 points by headalgorithm 32 days ago | 135 comments
19
The stockmarket is now run by computers, algorithms and passive managers (economist.com)
244 points by doener 32 days ago | 208 comments
20
24-Hour Solar Energy: Molten Salt Makes It Possible (insideclimatenews.org)
240 points by pmoriarty 32 days ago | 121 comments
21
How to pack a Norwegian sandwich, the world’s most boring lunch (vox.com)
228 points by ianmobbs 32 days ago | 363 comments
22
James Gosling on Richard Stallman [video] (youtube.com)
189 points by chx 32 days ago | 127 comments
23
Watt: A runtime for executing Rust procedural macros compiled as WebAssembly (github.com)
165 points by mmastrac 32 days ago | 18 comments
24
The World’s Oldest Tree Lives in Sweden (swedesinthestates.com)
163 points by bifrost 32 days ago | 34 comments
25
Harold Bloom Has Died (nytimes.com)
162 points by joaorico 32 days ago | 94 comments
26
Show HN: Alt-tab-macos – Windows-style alt-tab on macOS (github.com)
156 points by lwouis 32 days ago | 122 comments
27
What it feels like to swim in sub-zero waters (1843magazine.com)
145 points by neonate 32 days ago | 78 comments
28
Spain jails Catalan separatist leaders, protesters take to streets (reuters.com)
124 points by elies 32 days ago | 197 comments
29
Write Yourself a Scheme in 48 Hours (2007) (wikibooks.org)
124 points by ducaale 32 days ago | 6 comments
30
Bags of debris from Fukushima disaster swept away in typhoon (asahi.com)
116 points by kscarlet 32 days ago | 91 comments

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